I will be the first to admit that I used to be a tad bit judgmental about the man cave phenomenon.
Being a competitive
At the end of the day, don't women deserve a booger-vomit-poop-snot-toot-free space?
Then, it came to me.
We have the bathroom...hopefully with a good lock. We run the bubble bath, light some candles, pour a glass of
Instead of calling it the "woman cave" we say that we need some "alone time."
Here's to the man cave.
Man cave meets wild kingdom?
Hmmm...what doesn't fit?
We are a sporty family, so this kind of man cave would be a big hit!
The modern metro man cave.
Looking at all of these fancy (men probably don't refer to their man caves as "fancy") man caves, I started to feel sorry for my man.
He has a man cave-ish space. It does have a TV and a sofa and a Bud Light sign and well...toys, toys, toys.
His man cave is in the basement between toy central and laundry central. You can simultaneously hear sports cheering, children
The man cave is a good thing.
In man speak:
It's a WIN - WIN situation.
Is there a man cave in your house?
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